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Every once in a while, a different client calls me with the same Americans with Disabilities Act question, “Eric, our employee tells us that she has a disability and needs and accommodation. Can we ask for medical documentation to help us evaluate whether an accommodation request is reasonable?

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*And by ‘top secret, classified, confidential,’ I mean readily available from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s publicly accessible website (here).

And also, here and here.

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I’m a two tin can and string kinda guy. That way, not only can I can tell my kids — I have 50 of them — to cut the crap and clip my blogger toenails but also I can use the string and cans to—

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And I want to try “The Perfect Bite” that Binging With Babish cooked up last week on his YouTube channel. Here is what his duck carbonara looked like.

But, Governor Murphy’s proposed changes to the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD) aren’t nearly as aspirational. Continue reading

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